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NATIONAL REPUBLICAN TICKET.
LEVI I. MORTON,
of New York.
REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET.
JOHN M. THAYKH.
FOU MEUTENANT UOVKRNOIt,
GEOIKJE IX MEIKLE.IOIIN.
FOU 8KCHKTAUY OF STATE,
GILBERT L. LAWS.
J. E. HILL
FOR AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS,
THOMAS II. BENTON.
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL,
rplIRSIOXER OK PUBLUm.AXPsf AND
FOR RCPEaiNTENDFNT OK PUBLIC
. GEORGE R- LANE.
Wiiesi t lie wage earners ot tUa land
lose hope, when their star gocS 0dt'
social order is impossible and after that
anarchy or czar. (Gen. Harrison to the
No man can doubt that a reduction of
duties will stimulate the importation of
foreign merchandise and if
that is true is it not also clear that this
increased importation of foreign made
goods means some idle workmen in your
mills? The party that favors such dis-
criaiiuating duties as will develop Amer
ican production and secure the largest
amount of work for our American shops
is the party whose policy wiil promote
your interests.-(Gen. Harrison to the
GEN IlAliRISON TO Til S WORK
Indianapolis, Ind.. Sep. 15. The
delegation from New Albany and Floyd
County, over a thousand in number, was
the second to pay its respects to General
Harrison today. Their spokesman was
James Atkinson, a glass-blower at the
Oupaw Glass Works, who spoke at some
length, touching wajes and tariff.
General Harrison replied as follows:
My fellow citizens: There is something
very distinctive, very interesting, and
very instructive in this large delegation
of workingtnen from the city of New
Albany. Your fellow workman and
spokesman has so eloquently presented
that particular issue upon which you
have the greatest interest, that I can add
nothing to the force or conclusiveness of
his argument. He has said that the in
terests of the workingmen were especially
involved in the pending political contest.
I think that it is conceded even by our
political opponents. I do not think there
is a man so dull or so unfair as to deny
that the reduction of our tariff rates so
as to destroy the principle of protection
now embodied in our laws will have an
influence on your wages and on the pro
duction of your mills and factories. If
this be" true, then your interests in th
question is apparent. You will want to
know whether the influence of the pro
posed reduction of rates is to be benefic
ial or hurtful; whether the effect will be
to stimulate or
whether it will be to maintain or increase
the rate of wages you are now receivin ,
or to reduce them. As you shall settle
these questions, so will you vote in
No man can doubt that a reduction of
duties will stimulate the importation ol
foreign merchandise. None of these
plate-glass workers can doubt that a re
duction of the duty upon plate glass will
increase the importation of French phite
glass. None of these workers in your
woolen milU can doubt that the reduc
tion of the duty upon the- product of their
mills will increase the " importation of
foreign woolen mills. And ii that is
true, is it not also clear that this increas
ed importation of foreign-made goods
means some idle workmen in your mills?
The party that favors such discriminat
ing 4ztiea i as will develop American pro
ductio and secure the largest amount of
work for our American shops is the par-
y ..j08c policy will promote your Inter,
esta. f Applause and cries of "Hit him
again." I have heard it said by some
leaders of democratic thought that the
reduction proposed by tins Mills bill, and
the further reduction which some are
candid enough to admit that they con
template, will stimulate American pro
duction by opening foreign markets, and
that the interests of our Indiana manu
facturing establish mints would thus bo
promoted. But those who advance this
ariiumcut also say that it will not do to
progress too rapidly in the direction of
free trade; that we must go slowly because
our protected industries can not stand
TOO RAPID AN ADVANCE;
it would not by safe. Laughter. Now,
my countrymen, if this plan of revenue
reform is to bo promotive of our manu
facturing interests why go slowly?
Why not open the gates wid'j and let us
ha e the promised good nil nt once?
Laughter and applause. Is it that these
philosophers think that the cup of pros
perity will be so sweet and full that our
laboring people can not be allowed to
drink it at one draught ? xpplausc, and
cries of "Good, good." No my country
men, this statement implies what these
gentlemen know to be true, that the ef
fect of tho proposed legislation is dimin
ished production and diminished wages,
and they desire that you shall have an
opportunity to get used to it. Applause.
But I can not press this discussion further.
I want to thank you for the cordial
things you have said to me by him who
has spoken for you. I trust, and have
always trusted, the intelligence and the
conscience of our working people. .'
plause.J Iheyjll lneyjL--ilui out
taitU-ftRw1ien"tliey find it, tiiey will
justify it. Therefore, there arc many
things that have been s-iid to which I have
not aiid shall not allude while this con
test is on. They are with you: the truth
is accessible to you and you will ibid it.
Now, thanking you most heartily for the
personal respect you have evidenced,
and congratulating yon upon your intel
lkcfiJ devotion to that great American
'cm wlni'U-i?s spread a sKy or nope
;d your children, i hid you
Chronic nasal catarrh guaranteed
cure Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy.
Muii. ::S: f I i C'.inrr.is.
On: oil the jier one evening recently I-;
-ji-v 1 :i f.);siiteitiIo iii:::i!h t of men w.i'
boy.; : trip for a swim, a:al w.-js net a litlk
astonished to note the many budges of super
st it;r:i worn next tho f-kin. Besides tho re
ligions crosses mid &aiici2acl sacLcts worn Ly
tho C'a; liolic boys and men around the neck
ai;d i.ovor removed, in the belief that ibey
insure heuitU and safety, I saw charms and
fetiches against disease, accident, rheumatism
and drowning on many others, they being in
most instances bauds of eel skin, snake skin
and other materials unknown to nie, worn
around the lejr, both abovo and below the
knee, around the arm and above tho elbow
and around the body. The impression made
was that very many persons of tho grade of
the wharf swimmers are deeply superstitious
beneath their rugged exteriors and strangely
given to the mystic rites and weird faith
which underlies the donning of such emblems
as those which decorated fully three-quarters
of tho swimmers whom I saw disrobe. Chi
Benefits of Reading: Aloud.
No one can serve others without doing
poD.l to himself. A good reader, for instance,
gratifies others by reading aloud, and ho also
strengthens his own body. So wholesome is
the practice of reading aloud that medical
authorities agree in pronouncing it a healthy
and invigorating exercise for the mind and
the body. Tho lato Sir Ileiiry Ilollaud, an
eminent London pb-siciau, says in his "Med
ical Notes" I hat iersons who have a tendency
to pulmonary disease should methodically
practice "those actions of the bo iy through
which the chest is in part filled or emptied of
lie advises that those whoso chests are weak
should read aloud at stated intervals, and
even recite or sing, using duo caution as to
posture, articulation and the avoidance of
excels. "These regular exercises of tho
voice,7' he adds, "may bo rendered as salu
tary to tho or.rrans of respiration as they are
agreeable in their influence oa the ordinary
voice." Youth's Companion.
Tho Courage of Principle.
But if a popular tuau be false, or an ac
cepted doctrine mischievous, or an agreeable
habit dangerous, somebody must say so. In
this sensa the censor, instead of insulting
other men, cheers and helps them. Tho
youth who is so censorious that he will nob
associate with Lothario, and frankly calls
Lovelace a profligate, is a social benefactor,
to whom every modest woman and every
gentleman is beholden. Tho merchant who
refuses to bo associated ia the conduct of
business with men whom he knows to be un
principled is a censor of their behavior, but
ho certainly insults no one. Indeed, tho man
v, ho is often described as a censor, and there
fore an iusulter of others, is usually a man
who denounces the frauds and humbugs
which he sees around him, and who has
merely the courage of his opinions and prin
ciples. Harper's Magazine.
Left at the Photograi.her's.
Photographers are frequently puzzled to
find means of disposing. of the many toilet
articles which ladies leave behind them in
the dressing room. Taints, powder, false
hair and chamois skia do not retail at a very
profitable price second hand. A Philadel
phia photographer has established a counter
where he sells ihese articles as a sort of an
nex to his regular business. The "goods"
are Hied up, put into new bcxe3 and sell
nearly as well as when new. Of course tho
ladies never return to claim tho property.
A YV7 Great Mistake.
"Pa," said Johnny, who is a persistent
knowledge seeker, "what is a law giverf
"There isn't any such thing, Johnny," re
plied the old gentleman, who had been in
volved in considerable litigation.
"But this book says a mail was a great law
"It's a mistake; Law ia never given. It's
always retailed in mighty small quantities at-.rai-hty
high figures." ilercaant Traveler.
PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT.
What the Xewnpaper Say f Noted Mf
Mrs. I ucy Stone, the well known ad
vocate of woman suffrage, has celebrated
her 70th birthday.
The crown prince of Italy is credited
with 1 icing the best amateur photographer
in his part of the continent.
The diadem and necklace to bo pre
sented by the Empress Eugenie to Prin
cess Letilia are on view in Paris.
William Carter, who is 8 1 years old,
has been a coroner in England for fifty
one years, having succeeded his father.
Forty years ago Professor Blackie made
a vow that he would visit sonio new dis
trict of Scotland every year, and he saya
he has conscientiously kept it.
Mrs. George II. IcClellan, who, with
her daughter, has been living on tho
French Riviera since the general's death,
nearly two years ago, is about to return
to New York for tho winter.
Joseph Pulitzer, of Tho New York
"World, is at lfoinUurg. His eyes are
better, but las cx.-uli.sts have ordered him
not to touch u pen, or even attempt to
read, for at least six months to come.
Tho empress of Japan is rapidly becom
ing ono of the lest informed women of
her time. She is a hard student of Ger
man, Russian, - French and Italian, and
it is said that her majesty has certain
days of tho week upon w hich Japanese
is a forbidden language.
Tho empress of Germany has sent to
the czarina u beautiful fan of violet wood,
which, when opened, displays the por
traits of tho four eons of tho Emperor
William and herself. On the reverse side
are Biblical texts in tho handwriting of
tho empress, which bid tho great ones of
tho earth to bo united in friendship.
Women are taking advantago of the
opportunities for education at the London
university. Already this suinijiejy, i g
havo matrieujietj for "admTsyion, which
iy more than last vear. But the
young women aro still considerably be
hind tho .young men, of w hom 1,041 ma
triculated at the last examination.
Mrs. Agnes I. Marshall, of London, the
Miss Parloa of England, was a recent
guest at a Chicago hotel. Her school of
cookery occupies two large buildings on
Mortimer, street, London, and last year
was attended by 10,000 persons. Mrs.
Marshall is a brunette of fine form and
bearing, under middle age, with the
ruddy complexion that characterizes Eng
lishwomen. She is a fluent talker and
(peaks with a marked English accent.
The queen of Spain has set her heart
upon ono enterprise, namely, that of
making Saint Sebastien a favorite resort
of the fashionablo w orlds of all nations
.. autumn repjaenco. A great deal
a.- ... --Mifiy is being spent for this
of her own n.. - . h, Dalaco
purpose, and tho people oi k. .
enthusiastically seconding their enter
prising queen regent. Saint Sebastien is
really a very charming epot, and the peo
ple are good naturally inclined toward
foreigners, especially so to English and
Sir Morell MacKenzie'a justification,
which he is preparing, will probably not
bo issued to the public before October, or
perhaps November. The book will be il
lustrated by various drawings, and ono
of tho most notable things which will bo
given is a message written by Emperor
Frederick, upon his deathbed, on a slip
of paper, which he handed to the Eng
lish physician. A fac-simile of this mes
sage will appear in the book as well as on
M. Dumas brought tip his two daugh
ters in a very strict way, never allowing
them to go to balls or similar gatherings.
Before her marriage Mme. Lippmann
only went to ono evening party and twice
to the theatre to see tragedies, xsow,
tho goes everywhere and is one of the
most brilliant leaders of Parisian society.
SJie copies manv of her father's manu
scripts, and often criticises them to his
profit. lie had to rewrite the first act of
"Denise" twice before it suited her. She
is a woman of uncommon . beauty.
Queen Victoria has reason to appreci
ate the anomalous condition of tho law
of landlord and tenant in Great Britain.
Her majesty leases the Abergeldie estat&
from Mr. II. M. Gordon, and the farm
buildings, near the castle, where the fa
mous herd of Aberdeen-Angus cattle is
kept, aro very old, in wretched order,
and most inconveniently arranged. Mr.
Gordon i3 not disposed to erect new
and improved buildings, and tho queen
has decided not to do so, having discov
ered that the agricultural holdings act
does not entitle her to compensation if
si:o gave up the farm, a3 Mr. Gordon
would not bind himself to take over the
buildings at a valuation on the deter
mination of the tenancy. Considering,
however, that tho queen has been the
tenant of Abergeldie for nearly forty
years, and that her present lease has
some seventeen years to run, it seems
that it would havo been profitable to
build tlio much needed new ctcading
without any condition whatever. It is
clear, though, that the queen may be
expected to support radical legislation on
Xot an A S3 of - lartyrs.
It 33 exceedingly difficult for a man to
become a martyr for Ids religion in our
time. Now and then, by straining a
. point, a man almost succeeds in appear
ing in tliat character. Some street preach
ers in London have recently mado the
attempt by obstructing the highways and
refuting at the request of the police to
take their places where they would not
hinder travel. But a fcharp reprimand
from a magistrate put an end to the
cicrtyr business. The good man who
breaks a good law made for the public
convenience becomes not a martyr, but a
nuisance. Christian Register,
Candidates and Their Keardi.
It is noticeable, apropos of the varied
fashions of wearing the beard, that the
presidential candidates of the Republican
and Democratic parties are each possessed
of cuch a part of the beard as their vice
presidents lack; for, while Harrison
glories in a full supply of hirsute ap
pendage, his alternate, Morton, has none;
end so as Cleveland Jacks a goatee, Thur
man wants a mustache, .and the singular
fact is that there are two full beards be
tween the four men, no part missing, and
each feet of candidates has a perfect beard
between them. Iw York Tribune..
Call for Republican Prl.v.-.ru.
The republican election of Cass Co.,
Neh., are requested to meet in their re
spective ward and precincts on Saturday
Sept. 22nd, to elect delegates to a
convention to !u held in Louisville, on
the Cth day of October, 1SSS. at 11
o'clock n. in., for t lie purpose of placing
in nomination candidates for the follow
One county attorney.
One county commisHouer.
The several wards and precincts are
entitled to the following number of
Tipton precinct 7
Greenwood . "
Salt Creek . 0
South lleml 8
Weeping Water 20
Mt. Pleasant (
Eiyht Mile Grove 7
Rock Bluffs D
riattsmouth Frei-int 7
" 1st ward 7
" 2nd " D
3rd " ia
4th " 12
Primaries will be held in the various
wards and precints on the 22nd day of
September at the following places:
Tipton at Eagle 0 p. m.; Greenwood nt
votinir place 7::J0 p. m.; Salt Creek at
skating rink in ('Ki.'ii'.vood -V Plage T:"J0;
Stove Creek' at Elmwood village 7 p. m.;
Elmwood at Center school house 7::j0;
South Bend at school house 4 p. m. ;
Weeping Water precinct at Cascade
school house 7 p. in.; Weeping Water
c ity at Union hall 3 p. in.; Center at Man
ley ii p. in.; Louisville at Adams' opera
house 8 p. in.; Avoea at Ilutchins school
house 2 p. m.; Mt. Tlcasant at Giluiore's
school house 2 p. in.; Eight Mile Grove
at Ilyalt's school house 7::J0p. nv; Liber
ty at Union school house 7:30 p. in.;
Hock Bluffs at Btrgers school house : p
m.; Plattsinouth precinct at Taylor's
school house 4 p. in.; Plattsinouth, 1st
ward at county judges ollice 4 to 8 p. in.,
2ud ward at 2nd ward school house 4 to
8 p. m., 3rd ward at Ritchey's lumber
office at 1 to 8 p. in., ith ward at Bjron
Clark's ollice 4 to 8 p. in.
M, P. Polk, Chairman.
R. 8. Wixkinwox, Kecretary.
. , , , . "oh. which
The short, .dry, hacKinu i.
announces tile approach of consumption,
has been aptly termed a graveyard cough.
The perial is great, and near at hand, but
it can be surely averted with Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery, a botanic
remedy, without a peer for pulmonary,
throat and Piver afffCtions, and for all
ailments which like consumption, has a
scrofulous or gin, and nlso for eruptions
and sores, indicating impurity of the
blood. Druggists all sell it.
The republicans of the United States, assem
bled by their rteligates in national convention,
oauee on the turenliold of their proceedings t
honor the memory ff their first great leader
and immortal chanip'ou of liberty and Ihe
rights of the people, Abraham l.ineoli), hu to
cover also with wreaths I imperishable re
membrance and gratitude the heroic names or
our later leaders who have been ni'-re recently
called away from ourcouneils, irant. Garlield.
Arthur, l.ofiau and Conkling. Way theirmem
ories be faithfully cherished. We also re-all
with our greeting "i'4 prayer for hid recovery
th- name of one of our living lipro s whose
m-nuu v will be tref-ured in tie Uittory both
f v.-mtlilirim :uul of the reuublie. I he name
is that of the r.oble soldier an A favorite child
of victory. I hihji II. .Sheridan.
In the i-iirir. of I hose ureat leaders and of our
dfvolion t human lineitv, and with that hos
tility to ail forms of despotism ai.d oppression
which is tlirt fundamental idea of the ivpubii
e;iii party, we feud lrate-nal congratulation?
to our fellow Amcriuau of lirazil upon tlich
great act of emancipation ;'.luch completed
the aholition of slavery throulioat two
American continents. We eann-stiy hope we
:iav oon c r ngiiitiiUte our fellow citizens ol
Irili Im-ilt upon th3 peaceful itcovery of home
rule tor Ireland.
WK Xl l IUM 0"K I NSV. F.KVINO DEVOTION
t tho rational constitution and to the indis
soluble, union of state to i!:e autootmy re
served to the states under the constitution, to
the pprsonai rinhts and liberties of citien in
all -late .oid terruoiies in the union ioui i.'s-
reci:i:!v to the snp-eme ami sovereign ligu
every citizen, lie h or poor. natie or foreign
or:i. white or black, to east one free bhlil in
the public eleerlovs uno to have that ballot
duly counted. We hold a free and hoaest pop
ular ballot and jut and e.jiial representation
of all people to be the foundation of our re
publican govern meat aud demand effective
legislation to Kecute the integrity ud purit
f eleeiious tvhich are the feuutair.s of all pub
lic jutiioril v. We charge that the present ad
ministration ar.d tti "ienioeiaiie majority in
congress owe t neir etteii(;e to I he sui re.-sioii
of t ne bailol by ihe eiim'.nal nij!ijicstt -n of s I.e
coi st'Iii ion aiid laws of the I niteu ,w!a:es.
U e aie tiiieroniprolilis'iigly in favor ..i the
n-.er:-:iii svs! to ot protection. V. e protest
against the destruction pioposed by the pr: si
lent iui" his pa:ty. Ibey eerve the interests
of Km ope
vf. w ji.l sreroitT in-tf.kfsts of amkkica.
We accept the Issue, and confidently appeal l
the people for their Judgment. The piotectivr
svsteni must lc maintained. J!s abandonment
bus aHvavs been followed by uei eii dis ster
to ail iiiteiests except those of the uiuiuet
We denounce tne Mills' b!5 cs destructive to
general business, labor, and ihe farming inter
ests of the cnusmy. and ve hearti.y endorse
the consistent an-1 patriotie action of the re
publican representatives in congress in oppos
ing its nxssaire. W e condemn tl.e proposition
ofihe democratic parly to plate wool on the
free lir-t a'id insis- that the duties thereon
shad be adjusted and 'ttaintained so as to fur
iosi- full ana gcleiu;.tc protection to that ii.-
The republican party n'op.ld eftet all needed
reduction ef t!i i aiiosiyl reirep;;? by repealing
the taxes on tobacco, which' :ue xtt arrogance
anil I'urden to agrierlture. and tf e tax ;pon
spirt's used in the arls and forwechaHcal pur
poses, and bv such revision of t he laritf 1 .ws as
will tend to check imports o such sr.i s us
a e produced by o; r people, the production ot
which givec employment to our labor, and re
lease fr-m import duties Inrse articles of for
eiati production, except, lincaries. the like of
hicii cannot be produced nt home, there hall
still remain a larger revenue than is requisite
for t he w anta of 'overninerit. of internal tax s
rather than surrender any part of our rotec
tive svsteni at the JoiLt beh-st of the whisky
ring and agents i t iereigu manufacturers.
AO A INST I'AII'FK AND I-A f.OJt TRld B.
We rieelare hostility to the It trod action into
t is eountry of foreicu contract lab r and of
fhinese lbor alien to our civilization and our
coi-stituiioti. and we demand the ngi t enfoi ce
ment of existing laws against it ami lavor sucn
immediate legislation as will exclude bitch 1 1
bor from our shores.
We declare our opposition to a'l combii.a-t'on-
el capital organized in Hums or other
wise to control arbitrarily Ihe cmdilion of
trade aironi; nr riiizeits and we recommend
o comrres and the state legislatures in their
respective jurisdiction! such letllfti"! an yrtl
prevent the execution of aJAClijn'roni-ircis
the pet pie by undue charges on their fuppliesj
W e re,
public Ian ... lee
steado lor a. iiicr ixt
alien. lite lr- irpui - , .iiy-etnl lisbee'
in 12 aga iii the pet-lute. it oppexiilrii
IllC dellMKTA'H 111 ilgf4P. which I'll lOII..!l
our great wentein domiiiu ti.io Mu.gi.l!'ceni i'e
velopemei . 'I he res ration of ui.em .i.-o I
guiills io ihe public diim in lor Ihe iisb of i.e
llJ-elt!ci", hicli wa begun In ner Ihe rot
miiili-tration of irH'dett rhur slicold l
continued. We deny Ih-t theilriu cint c pun?
ha ever restored one here to th eopl , bo
declare that by the Jo-ut action of rcpublicnh
and democrats ahoui. flUy million acres f ic
earned landf, originally g'anied for th od
stiuciion of railroads, 'hve been restored i
the public domain in pui-iiaine f conditio s
insetted by Ihe lenubiicau party in the oi lulu
al grants. Uechaiuet e democratic doiii l
t rat ion with lalboe to execute las s.-cnrli.g l
iielilelH title to llieli hon.estc. d and with I'
iua appr i-iiatiui's made for that purpose to
lianas b imcciil setll. i w'itn epii s and pi nee
cut ion under I he false pn lense of eioi-lijj
frauds aud viad'cating Ihe law.
ADMISSION OK Tl ISItlTOni HS.
The government iy en gic- of tin .eriil r
h' is based upon ncees-dl y on ly to I ti end I ha
they may Oec noe stale- In the union : there
fore, whenever t he ceiiil it ion-1 of poj ulalion.
material resources p Idle ii.tel!lU'inee and
morality are such as to insure stable loeai nv
crnmci t I herein I he people of sii' ll t el r toi lev
should b permitted, a rilit inherent 'n them.
to fon.l for themselves eons it nt Ions anil mate
governments and be ad died Into t he union
rending prepaiati n for statehood all oll'icer
thereof should be seleited li'm bona tide
icshh uts and citizens of the len itorv wlieieiu
thevure to serve .South I'akoia shouM f
rig'-t he limine lately admitted as a slate In
the union under the const il titl 'ii framed and
adopted by her people anil ne lu aitl'y en
dorse ihe set ion of Ihe lepubilcan Semite In
twice passing Pills for ler admission, 'there
fnsal of the democratic hou-e o i epresent i
tives. or paitlaii puri 'scs. tn f ixorably con
sider these bills 1- a wllltnl violation of the
s i red American principle or local self g verii
tnent, an l merits I he eeudeii li.-t.tlon o all just
men. 'I he ponding bills in tin senate for acts
to enable The people of Wellington. Noiih
Dakota and Montana teirlt-rie to form con
st it il-Ion ami establish state governme Ik
should be passed without nuiieces ty dc v.
The ret ubl.ean tia'tv pledges inself to do a'l (n
i's (lower to facilitate the admission of the 'er
i itories of .New Mexico. Wyoming. Idaho- and
riona to t lie iij-iyri(til ' of seif TroVerntnenf
:issta!'es. Such of i hem as are now nunlilicd
as soon as pic-slhle.Mid others as soon as they
may become so.
TIIK JKHiMfS t:FS'l ION'.'
The political power of I lie Mormon Ciittrch in
t he ten ii.i i4-s as exerciseu In the past i a
men. tree to tret ins, ittit ions oo danuetoi.s to
he lonjr sutlcrctl. T- crefore e P edge the re
publiran party mi appropriate leuiHlation.
asserlit g tl sovereignty d t he nal ion in all
the tcint -i ies wheie the sme is questioned,
.ml in tuiiheranee of that t nd to place
upon ihe st:!lule hook legislation st'lngent
en. uh Ki divorce i o!i'i-al from e clesiasl ical
power, wud thus stamp out the allei dant
wickedness of polygamy.
I he republican parly" is in favor of the use
of both nold and silver as money, and con
deinusthe policy ol the demoeiaiic adminis
tration in il ettorts to demonetize silver.
We demand the reduction of letter postage
to I e nt per i iiiirc.
In a republic I ke ours, w h"re tlie citizens s
the sover. ign and the oilier! the servant
where no power is xcieKo.i except by the vi 1
of the people, it is jinpoi lant. that the. sover
eign people should possess liitelligci ee. The
free school is the promoter of that inrel igcncc
which is to preserve us a free nation, 'i her--lore.
the state or nation, or both eoiibined.
should support free institutions of leHinlim
sufficient to ..Herd to oveiy child growing up
in the land the opportunity of a good coiiiinon
OL'K .MHiCIIAXT MAIilXK,
We earnestly recommend that prompt action
be taken h c- i git'ss in t;e e actim nt of such
legislation as win best sc.-ure the rehabili a
lion ofonr An eric-n merchati- maiiue. at.'il
we protest against the passage hi comress el
free ship bill as calc ulated towoik injustice
:o laiM.r oV ..'"'iEg the wages or those en
ga"ed in preparing material.' as well as those
diTectiy employed in our shipyards. e le
inauu appi'f.pr!lloii-for ihe enrly rebujldieg
of our navi-. for ihsi oaf t; i!' t ion of c
lortilications and modern ot uiiutnce apd oh. r
pproved modern men S ot (leJei.i-c lor ihe
protection f ('IIP def useless halbois and
cities. for the payment of just ) siejisto cur
soldvels, for necessary w Iks oi natioi al l" -portai:c
iu the improveinrnt of ti e harm. is
ai.cj thantiels of internal, coast wiser and
ore g poiuniirfe. Jor the encouragement .f
the shipping laterests tl l,n An ntic. Hull
and Pacific states as ell as f;r tap iayn enr
of the maturing public debt. This policy fill
give fli'.ployinent to our l.- bor. activity to cut
varioun lnd'uut iet increased security lo our
countrv, propiotu trud-, ppeii rew and diret
markets tor our prodhcts ipd iJhea n the cost
of transportation We anirni th fo i e fat
better for our country than t"e democratic
policy of loaning the government's money
without interest to "pet banks."
The c.Oddlirl. of foreign affairs by the pteKent
administiatioii has oec distinguished by inef
flclet ey ami cowardice IUwi y jtji.'lrawi.
from the senate till pending fiua 'us effected
bv republican adminlstratlo' s lor the removal
of foreign burdens and restrictions ujoti our
rommeice and for its extension int. a better
market H has neither aflcct.-d nor prop s'-d
any others in tiieir sfeaI Professing adhei
ence fo the r.l.miYt1 doctrii e. it has seen w th
idle comp! iceney io- eatencio'i of fon-tgn iu
tluenee in Central America aod or" fi;;e:j.:i trade
every w bes'tt among our nei;.'liboi.s. If has re
fused to charter. a!ic ion or encourage any
Mnerican organizyt ion for pops! met lug tin
Nicaragua canal, a work of vial importance ti
the maintenance ' the M"ur.roe doctrine u-c'
of our national influence in Central and S- irh
A mil ica. and nece-s:i' y fo the developiu.'p;
of tntde with our -'aciiie territory, with Sou ii
met-a-it, a.,d -, Ha the further coasts et Ihe
j'tenKMt s i(i:Ksi iow
V.'e arrah'ii the present denioeriflc admi-iis-tralioe
fr its weak and nnpatriolie i-eaiment
.f the lish rie iiestioii. and its pusillanimous
surrenderor hM privil-g-s to whicii our lilii-1 y
sse! are ;ili led in ('auadun po'ts umb-r
.he treaty if lsls. the i-eciprccafe marin
line ..Ction of !s..a and coiniiy of nal' i.-
asd which Caa-id'an fist. ing vesst Is icceive in
ihe ports of the Cnii.-d Slat . e eon leinn
the licy of the pretent aihoiniiratjon and
the deiaocralic maj' liiy in C-ngfess ' twatds
our fi-d'e1 Ies as unfi ieiuli . and c.onsrieiousW
unua; riot ic an.! a tendiuu t destn-y a valuai-le
nati-mal induslry and an indispensible resource
of defense agaiu-t f reign enemy
The name of American anplies alike to II
ciliz-- ci ihe r- p.ibii . and imp cs upon nn-n
like l lie s;nne ol Ijj.-i! io of ob-din-e to th
av.-. t tiie same timeci J-n.:!i?n tu clmus
!e the ..-noj.ij- at d sal vruar't of hfm wi $ y.f.inf
it, st-ouM si.'e ii ai d i.tui- t him whether h'L Ii
r ' -v.-. i ic-ii or i-iur. m nil a is civil rignis i
-boa'.; iii;! mils' afford h'ta t r 'tei timi at home
and follow ai .i j. reject him abroa.l in whatever
land h-; may be oi it piv.,"iil errand.
CIVIL Si"I!VIcK RKliiIlK,
Tiie men who al) it:i!(ie.l t he repaid lean pir-
t y 1:1 is'-l aiiI c-ont niae ' adhere to t lie d nm
cratle tattv loive liii red not onlv the r-ausi
ol not .-t govt lili.-ent. but of s-mlid fi:iai'ce tit
fif-e!oi:i am; t-iintv ol the nal ot. out esi c-
ially pave .iwei'e.1 il;,-cau-e of r for in ihe
civ il seiM' .. - i Ot tail to k'ep .. Ill-
pledges been. il-e l ev have broKei iheiis. Ol
te-aes their candidate iias biok n hi.
therefore rept-a our de-Ia-atioti of ism. towif :
The refoi m of civil -eivice au-pi-iously b ttin
nic er lepubiiean a.-'ininistratio should be
eer'p'eti'd bv a lerMj'-r cxiei sl n of I h reform
s.sferr. iilrej'dy esiai'lism-d ty Jaw id all grades
of the seiriee 'u v hich it is ap'-li d. Tin spir
it an! purpose of icroiM !ouhi he bspi ved in
all ex'-cutive ar.-o!iit:n-eiits. sud nil laws at
varieiice wit h the object of exi' lug reform 1 u
islation sii' tild I.e i ei-en-li-d. and itct the can
gers to free mstitutio: s which lurk in the pow-
r ' f o c;al ! t onage m y be wisely and ef.
fe tive'y avoided.
I arrit it il tie of the nat i n lo t he defen-'er-.
of the uY.So'i Crti!'.!'.! e assured except b lw.
The legislation if cojig.e.ss elifiiild conform to
the pler'ges made by a loyal p op'e.it.id l e so
ei ianred and extc-'icie-l to prnv'de agains'
the posfcjhility tlct Kny man ho ho:, or biy
w-re the feb-ral upin m sl all been e a: In
mate of an almshouse or depend nt on rlvaf
chsritv. In the presence of an overfl wmg
treasury it would b" a putdic scandal lo do less
for those who.se valorous service preserved the
government We denounce th. hostile spirit
shown by President Cleveland in hi mimer'ui
vetoes c-f measures for pension relief and the
action of.the democratic hom.e of reprewnta
ttves in rrfi'.i)i:; even consideration of gener-l
per.si. I legist! ioa.
In suppoit f ihe prine'ple ' erewlth eiun
elatfd we Invite t h" co-operatln of patrlo'ie
men of all parties, f specially tif all working
men whoe prosperity Is serious' y thre tei.e
by the free trade policy of the present admin,
The firt co ci-ni of 1I good government is
the virtue and cohriety of the .enls .iid the
purity of their homes. Thr republican p-rfy
eorditl rympatblzea with t-U wi-e nd wrii
directed snorts for the promotion of teinoer-
atipt?. .... i
women, Xr. k .
tho beat of all t
Hxaino for ail ti.
I'mcasca peculiar to
erml u well ru itrt..
impartt vtvor mid atren
It prompt If cure weakrt.
t ration, detdlity antlakrpK
It ia carefuiljr cont pounded k
Iihyaicinn, and adapted to
organization. Purely voiretah
bar mh -ait In any ounditlnn of tlw
tlon la the on.
for rnmcn, aold hr i
under roaUI-rav .
anlfc of HHtliiraetiori In every caao. or ,
t$I.M refunded. '1'IiIm (ninruntoo haa Y
printed on tho lottlc-wmpM-r, and falthfu.
t-arrieil out for many ycitm.
For larg-e, II hist rated Trent laonn IllsoaKca nt
Women (InO pagen, with full direction for
home-treat uieuti, aend ten eenta In kiihiiiw.
Addi--ss. WoHi.n'n Ihspf.nhawv Mri'lC'At.
Association, tKCI Main Htreet, ItufTalo, N. V.
Dr. C A. ffiar shall.
I'fi f-ei vallcli ol in- iNiitutnl 1 tli a
Ho cialiy. Aiostli lirspini . r Tain
I.KHH Kll.I.INO Oil UXTItAt'l ION OK TKl-TII.
Artith-i d teeth in id- on ( Id, ilv r,
Ilubb. r or Cclluloiil I 'bit s, and insit d
us soon ustetli me e.vttncltd win u du
All work warranted. I 'rices r MS'iiiible.
Kl V'.n K M.o's Hi. ni li. rr - i r i Veit
MAM'KAC'l VHI H Ol AM
WHOLES M F & F!
DKAI.KH IN Ull
rlioin si 1i;m
m ; s
Flor de Ftiuifiiit'
VVJ.J. MNK OK
TOUAC'fTO AMD HMOKEKS' AI1TKXK8
alw av in utork "Vv ?f! I Ki.ri.
J. C. BC
BARBER AND HAIR DREfSER.
All work first-class; wifrt Fifth Street.
Noilh lloheit She'woodV Store.
It. it. VMM. il A.M. doll A. PAVIKtS,
Notary Public. otary uhllc.
-fiwttprncys - at X aw.
Oince over H;:iik f Cms Coupfy
I'lai tsmoctii, - - Nkbraska
Notice to Property Owners.
t Office ok Uoaiui of I'cru'.c
' Wo,ma. "
( Pf.ATTSMOU'rif Kth.,fiejt, 13,
To all whom it may concern:
In compliance with resolution of May
or and council, Mr. J. E. ltiley, whUs
the coritrnr t for paving- and curbing Main
Htreet, will reset any old curhin which
owners may vish to lmve ree; provid
inu sijcJ) old fiirhinf compliea with spec
ifications, 10-Wit j
All cui hsofn s (.hull be of ,rood cju illty,
rut in rctanuular fot in. 5 inelo H in thick
nissutid not h-ss than 20 inch' sin depth,
and not less than .10 itK-ln-s in length with
a hevcl of one half inch nt top. The
edoes ,nd fee t)f J euihstuncH bhnll ho
dresscil smooth and citi, ion deplii (if
10 inc hes he-low the top and not lc.s thau
C inch s or hack.
All persons wishing to have their curb
ing r-sot will inim-diatelv have it tnk'-n
up so that it may b" int'-cteil by 1hc
enoj-,f.. in charo-e. hikI if not fonn1 uit
able UitiV i- rtA;)n, bv the ropt,i'ff:r
with new eorb'nt". .), W. Joonhh", .
Clniiriuan Bo ird Public V.rk
The modes ot ti . ;jtbV a,.iuaeli mi va
rious, and statistics. how onrlnsi v iy
that lliofc )i,i.ii- d'e i!'on Olsihs. i tHe
hroat and lungs thaH any oflo 1 If U
probable that every oio , viiliii.t '1'
lion, r ci-ivi s vast nuiiibi-i- ol Tnlni'i
Get ins into the svst in Htnl w In it- tl '
LTMllis bill tl. ( Il suiti'M' so I tiny
into iij'e .,:;! ;! vt-bi, at ti--f s . wl
is shown by a slu-lit ticking si,
th.- throat and if allovvi d t. ci..r'
raviijres they i xt nd t tl lu
ing Consumption mikI to th '
ing Caturih, Vfv' "P l!ii- '
a in if allowed to - itit -CHtfsr-
death. At tb- '
with prnniptiH s-; i
loose yitj y'ur !i,
thit potpct i'n I- v
Innus or ristiils. b
she-' Oeriicp Syru
inini djafe reli f.
We will p-iy h-- ali.v
CMse f liv.-r f.i.:i,,i i ii
CosIIVeness We .
West's V tf';t"-b'.-.'
They are ti lv
'n to jfiv si. I
: titaioMi -H s
Fur s-.ile by ;,
Hold br '
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